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No evidence: How can Hafiz be in jail?

Friday, October 13, 2017

THE Pakistani terrorist Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind behind the mass murders in Mumbai continues to be hailed as a hero in his country. For years, India supplied evidence collected by it but Pakistan refused to be convinced by it and summarily rejected it. Finally after ten years, Pakistan decided to keep him under house arrest off and on. Evidently, the Pakistan government wants to show it is concerned about meteing out justice and hence the house arrest. The Pakistan government is hand in glove with him and just now he is said tobe carrying on terrorist activities in Kashmir. Now Saeed wants total freedom; he does not want even a pretense of house arrest. So both himself and the government are trying to find a perfect legal escape for him. Saeed has taken the case to court which has expressed the view that in the absence of evidence, Saeed must not be kept under arrest. Evidently an effort is on to free him. They are all staging a drama with regard to his release. It is certain he will be out of house arrest also soon because the Pakistani court now says there is no evidence in charges made against him. A bogus legal probe is scheduled and Saeed will be released. This is how the worst criminals and terrorists get out of jail. They are all state terrorists and so how they can be kept in jail?

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